"A Moslem ruler though he oppress me and not a Kafir though he work me weal" is a Moslem proverb of long standing.
The Kafir thief had driven them off in the direction of Somerset.
They could not read them, but they knew that, like the Kafir watch-fires, they were silent messengers.
At that very time they had a Kafir girl in training as a housemaid.
The stranger Kafir tried to get to the wagon, but Jan barred the passage.
The country they were about to colonise had been recently overrun by Kafir hordes.
Each one will be driven by a Kafir, who most likely will be walking alongside his team.
Fortunately the Kafir was too much engrossed with his thoughts.
It had nothing whatever to do with the Kafir tribes who dwelt in the country.
For instance, why don't we make Mary and Mother work for us like Kafir women?